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The Wolverine, 1916-07-05

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THE WOLVERINE

LRCADE'
shows at300 6:30 S:o, 9:30
1 5-Ethel Clayton and Carlyle
ackell in "His rother's Wife,"
ud Mutt and Jeff Caroon.
ars. 6 - Mabel Taliaferro in " Her
reat Price,"Ret.)and Drew'Comedy.
7-Viola Dana in "Flower of No
:an's Land" and Drew Comedy.
irpheum Theatre
e House of tFamous Plays by Famous
Players
d. 5-Douglas Fairbanks in "The
otb," Meican Picture. Triangle
otoedy, "My valet." F]vening 15e
urs. - Fi. 6-7 - Valentine Grant in '
The InnocentLie" and Bray Cartoons
.-O-WnH. Thoopsonan't Ann
"I" io "Civilizatin 'a Cild." V -
nuge Comedy, "A Rough Knight,"
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iiversity School of Music
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director
A GaTherng Place for Advanced Students"
inual Summer Session
;MT WEEKS - JULY 3-AUG. 25
galar^Fa Terl begins Men., Oct. 2,1916
Catalogue and Information address
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary
Ann Arbor, Mich.
e Ann Arbor Savings Bank
INCORPORATED 1869
OFFERS
eurity -- Service - Location
ital ................$ 300,000
ins and Profit-...$ 17.00000
oucen .................S3,7000000
in Office,A. W. Corner Main
and Iuron St.
inch Office, 707 North Univ-
ersity Avenue.
READY FOR TOURNAMENT
C'ing tesnaining is Payment of
Entrance Fee at Wol-
verine Office
1t arrangements for the summer
tournament have been complet-
: entries are now being received
1 Wolverine office on Maynard
The entry fee is fifty cents,
.e to the manager. This fee
not include permission to use
Field courts, which must be ob-
from the Athletic association
Dst of $1.00., Entrants are urged
n 'op as soon as possible, as
11len x.ll ye, aceepseu,.r ass- ale

THE WOLVERINE
The official student newspaper for
the University of Michigan summer
session. Published by the students on
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday af-
ternoons. Twenty-five issues.
Subscription rates-By carrier, sev-
enty-five cents for the summer;
tuailed to any address for one dollar.
Advertising rates-Furnished upon ap-
plication to the business manager.
Subscriptions and ads taken at Quar-
ry's and University Avenue Phar-
macy.
Office Hours: Managing editor, 2:00
to 3:00 daily; business manager,
1:00 to 2:00 daily. Phone 960 or
2414,
Address, The Wolverine, Press Build-
ing, Maynard St., Ann Arbor.
Verne E. Burnett-Managing Editor
Phone-2414 or 1283-M
C. Verne Sellers-Business Manager
Phone-960 or 1460
Tom C. Reid-Associate Editor
H. C. Garrison-Sports Editor
Marian Wilson-Women's Editor
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1916
Issue Fditor-Walter Atlas
PROGRAM
When a newspaper concludes a term
of publication, invariably a series of
copies are bound in the form of a
book. A good book has an introduc-
tion, of some sort, and a conclusion.
Thus in this early number of our pub-
lication, an introductory chapter is
logical
The biggest, best features of Michi-
,an spirit will always be advocated.
But it will not be the chief aim in this
publication constantly to-spur up en-
thusiasm over summer athletics which
include only interdepartmental base-
ball and tennis matches.
With a decrease of athletic excite-
ment in July and August, it is un-
deniable that there is a more constant
intellectual atmosphere about the
campus during those same months,
and, as a rule, that the summer stu-
dents are older and more experienced
academically than those in the regular
session. And although it will be aimed
to put out a regular newspaper rather
than a literary journal, and to serve
as the apostle of the best in Michigan
spirit, and to interest those who stay
over from the regular session, never-
theless, a conscious and strenuous ef-
fort will be put forth through the
medium of interviews, book reviews,
and special features, news stories and
editorials, to recognize fairly the
specific situation and needs of the
summer session, more than has been
done in previous summers.
The paper really doesn't belong to
the editors or the faculty. It rather
belongs to the summer students, and
they are expected to help determine
more definitely its policy and quality,.
by furnishing the reporters, the spe-
cial contributions, and the interest,
throughout each chapter to the con-
cluding number.
CLASSES CHANGE THEIR ROOMS

I

WIomen
Notices and announcements for wo-
men should be telephoned to Marian
Wilson, 547.
The following courses in physical
education are given in the Summer
Session: Swimming, gymnastics,
aesthetic dancing, tennis, archery, and
a one hour course in folk dancing and
school room games. Hours should be
arranged with Miss Maley.
Miss Maley has office hours from 8
to 12 and 1:30 to 5:30, Monday to Fri-
day inclusive,
Women of the university are es-
pecially urged to attend the reception
given for the membersof the Summer
School, by President Hutchins, Wed-
nesday, at 5 o'clock, in Alumni Mem-
orial Hall.
All women wishing to take summer
gymnastic work should register with
Miss Maley. The treasurer's receipt
must be presented upon registration.
A locker ticket at $1.00 must be secur-
ed at the treasurer's office on Thurs-
day, 8 to 12. Lockers will be assign-
ed at the gymnasium on presentation
of the locker ticket.
All women wishing to take gymnas-
ium work should make an appointment
with Miss Maley before Saturday, for
the required physical examination.
Mrs. Erie L. Gates, acting dean of
women, and the women of Newberry
Residence, will be at home to all wo-
men of the Summer School, Wednes-
days, 4 to 6, at Newberry Residence
Hall.
The Women's League, the univer-
sity club for women, has planned an
attractive social program for the sum-
mer, including picnics, vaudevilles,
and card parties. All women of the
iummer school are urged to join the
League and take advantage of the fac-
ilities it offers to become better ac-
quainted with other members of the
summer session. The membership fee
is twenty-five cents, and blanks can be
secured at the desk in the registrar's
office from Julia Renwick, '17, acting
president of the League, or from Jean-
nette Armstrong, '17, treasurer.
Miss Malley of Smith, Teaches Gym
Miss Therhsa B. Maley, instructor in
gymnastics in the department of hy-
giene in Smith College and in the Mary
A. Brennan School in Northhampton,
Mass., has charge of the gymnasium
work during the Summer Session.
. L. Young Gets Steel Truss Co. Job
Q. L. Young, ex-president of the mid-
die section Chinese Students Alliance,
has just received his M. S. degree from
the university and now has a position
with the Steel Truss Company of
Youngstown, Ohio. Mr. Young leaves
for Youngstown tomorrow.

SUMMER SCHOOL
New and Second-Hand
Drawing Instruments, Loose-Leaf Note Books
Student Supplies in General
WAHR

VNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
Phones 2076 and 2077
liberty.
f -.and
Flfth
Ave
W AH ALL GOODS IN

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Special Prices on Students' Soft Wash
With All Buttons Sewed on, Socks Darned,
and All Reasonable Mending Done FREE . ..
OUR WAGONS CALL FOR AND DELIVER PROMPTLY

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Canoe IFountain
Lunches Lunches
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iries will be accepted after the
'ound has been played off. Men Law and Rhetoric Classes to be Held
ig Varsity or all-fresh insignia in New Science Building
.nis are barred from competition.
prizes will include a silver lov- Because of extensive repairs in the
p for the first place in the sing- Law building and West hall, classes
watch fob for second place, and in Law and Rhetoric will be held in
i fobs for the winners in the rooms in the new science building
es. Drawing for matches will beginning today.
nounced in an early issue, and In the Law building improvements
will be posted on bulletin will be made in the lecture rooms. The
s at Ferry Field and an State seats will be elevated and various
other innovations will be introduced to
to facilitate note taking.
West hall will be equipped with an
roll in Seattle Journalism Course entirely new heating and ventilation
ety-seven students are enrolled system.
e summer courses in journalism Improvements in the stairs and win-
University of Washington. Un- dows of north wing will compel clas-
ie direction of Prof. Frank G. ses scheduled for this building to be
who graduated from Michigan given in the new science building.
!8. A considerable number of
students write for The Univer- LAWYERS, you were in our minds
ournal, the summer session tri- when we wrote our ad on page 3.
y modeled after The Wolverine. Hamilton Business College.

* Summer school students de-
* siring practical experience in
* newspaper work, either business
o or editorial, should call at the
offices of The Wolverine, in the
* Press building on Maynard
* street. Tryouts will be held for
* the first several issues, and then
* staff appointments will be made.
* By special arrangement, stu-
* dents with at least six semes-
* ters of credit can get credit in
summer school, by conferring
o with the journalism faculty.
*0 * n*O * aa **

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Michigan and Fraternity Jewelry
Leat her, Gold and Silver
WATCI BRACELETS
Extra Fine Repairs of Waoches and Jewelry
T AAE R ET JEFULLE
ST A TE ST REFET JEW E LER S

ECONOMICS? Studying business? The WOLVERINE for the summer
Read the ad of Hamilton Business by carrier, 75c. Copy of Student Di-
College on page 3. rectory free.

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THE COOL, QUIET ATMOSPHERE OF

Uhe flfach Cca iRooni
together w th perfect set vice and delicious summer ccoking, make it a place of
unequalled excellence for the enjoyment of luncheons and dinners.
(Second Floor-either elevator)

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